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Hacking Global Health

Improving Urban Health in Africa, Asia and Latin America

On October 15-17, KfW Development Bank will organize a hackathon in Berlin in cooperation with the World Health Summit (WHS). Small and multi-disciplinary teams will create and develop ideas on how to improve urban health in Africa, Asia and Latin America and present these to an audience of experts from all over the world.

The winning team will receive a complementary one year membership in the German Healthcare Partnership (GHP) and the possibility to present their idea to the GHP network.

Furthermore, the winning team as well as the two runner-ups will have their idea published on the WHS and the KfW website. In addition, they will participate at the award ceremony and present the idea to the World Health Summit´s participants and get access to experts for further support. Each participant, including one additional companion, will have free access to the World Health Summit and its program. Travel expenses and accommodation are the sole responsibility of the participants.

"Leave no one behind" - this is one of the central claims made by the 2030 Agenda. It applies to healthcare services in particular, which are still not available to all people.
"Leave no one behind" - this is one of the central claims made by the 2030 Agenda. It applies to healthcare services in particular, which are still not available to all people.

Further information

Contact

KfW Development Bank

eMail

hackingglobalhealth@kfw.de